The Firewire Spitfire is a stalwart of the brands line-up, and just like its cousin the Dominator it has a very broad appeal. Talented surfers love its performance in mediocre waves, and for the average Joe or Jane the Spitfire can be sized up to offer an easy paddling and generously proportioned surfboard to advance their skills.
5'2” x 19" x 2 1/8" - 23.3L
5'4" x 19 1/4" x 2 1/4" - 25.7L
5’6” x 19 3/4” x 2 3/8” - 28.3L
5’8” x 20” x 2 3/8” - 31L
5’10” x 20 1/4” x 2 1/2” - 33.5L
6’0” x 20 1/2” x 2 1/2” - 34.9L
6’2” x 20 3/4” x 2 5/8” - 38L
6’4” x 21” x 2 3/4” - 41.5L
6’6” x 21 1/4” x 2 7/8” - 45L
6’8” x 21 3/4” x 3” - 48.7L
6’10” x 22” x 3 1/4” - 55.4L
From the shaper
The Firewire Spitfire Surfboard is a fine tuned Dominator with a little more bite. Firewire’s marketing director Chuy Reyna loved his Dominator but wanted a little more performance and hold for better quality, steeper waves. So the Spitfire was born, the same easy paddling, flat rockered board but with a stepped down tail rail to give it the same hold/bite as a performance shortboard.
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Timmy Reyes talks Spitfire
what we like
We have probably shot ourselves in the foot by stocking the Spitfire! Some of our stoked customers have told us that they no longer need both a performance shortboard and a hybrid in their quiver.
This surfboards ability to perform in anything from thigh-high mush to well overhead conditions is the key to its success. While the experienced ripper will undoubtedly need a board with more rocker, less volume and a thinner tail for good waves, for the average weekend warrior the Spitfire is a genuine “do it all” board they can ride at home and on their travels.
The board is available in both FST and Timbertek construction. FST or Future Shapes Technology is the more durable of the two, so perfect for a board that might spend a bit of time getting abused by baggage handlers! TimberTek looks amazing with its sustainably-grown timber deck skin and offers a slightly stiffer flex, so marginally faster under experienced feet.
Choosing your construction
Want to do your bit for the planet and you don’t mind investing in a quality boardbag for travel....go for the TimberTek Spitfire, it’s achingly beautiful. If you’re particularly hard on your boards and you’re planning lots of trips overseas go with the FST. Whatever you choose the Spitfire will be tougher than any regular PU shortboard you’ve owned.
why buy your spitfire from boardshop
130 + years of combined surfing experience
We pride ourselves on our customer-service, and this is what distinguishes us from the competition. We don’t profess to be the best surfers out there but we do consider that we’re perfectly placed to give honest and helpful advice whether you’re a seasoned salty surfer with 40 years under your belt or brand new to surfing and looking for that first and most important board you’ll ever buy.
Unique Trade-In program
Thinking of treating yourself to shiny new Firewire Spitfire surfboard but need to reduce your quiver? We’ve got a cunning plan! Simply email us photos and details of your trade-in board outlining any dings or repairs. Let us know which board you want to purchase and we’ll get back to you with what we’re prepared to give you for it. We’re pretty fair with our valuations, whilst we don’t aim to make a profit from your board we certainly don’t want to make a loss. Full trade in details here.
Interest Free Credit
We understand that shelling out £600 on a new surfboard is a big commitment so spreading the cost over a year paying NO INTEREST can ease the pain. You’ll need to spend over £300 and choose to pay it off over 6 or 12 months with 10% deposit up front. It usually takes about 15 minutes to set up over the phone...simple and painless.
Ivo lima (reviewed 28/04/2017)
Matt Harwood (reviewed 20/12/2016)
Paul (reviewed 30/08/2016)
This board is brilliant. Paddles well and absolutely flies. good in 3 foot mush and brilliant in 5/6 foot clean waves.
Wyn Davies (reviewed 05/04/2016)
Connor Richardson (reviewed 08/02/2016)
Anton (reviewed 12/03/2015)
dirk jan (reviewed 27/01/2015)